Disgusting White Girl Who Stuck Black Roommate’s Toothbrush In Her Rectum Arrested


By The Tab

Brianna Brochu’s mugshot has been released by West Hartford Police:

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Brianna Brochu

Cops say she has confessed after being charged with third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of six months in prison and a potential fine.


Brianna Brochu, a white student who bragged about harassing her black roommate by rubbing used tampons on her bag, pouring moldy clam dip in her lotion and putting her toothbrush inside her rectum, has been arrested.

Brochu, a freshman at the University of Hartford, posted on Instagram about how she “finally got rid of her roommate,” who she referred to as “Jamaican Barbie.”

Local police confirmed to The Tab tonight that they have arrested Brochu.

Chennel “Jazzy” Rowe, the freshman roommate of Brochu, revealed the shocking allegations in a Facebook video.

In it, she describes “getting sick” while being given the cold shoulder by the roommate.

“It started with throat pain,” she explained. “I thought maybe because it’s colder up here, I’m just catching a cold. After a month it got to the point where I had extreme throat pain that I couldn’t sleep, to the point where I couldn’t speak.”

“I’m spending my own money that my parents give me for food and groceries, the health centre on campus is not free – in fact they’re expensive.” In the post, Jazzy explained that her tests would come back negative. She was prescribed antibiotics by the campus doctor for the bacteria in her throat.

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Brianna Brochu

Then, after a rocky relationship between the two persisted (Rowe says in her video how Brochu would come into their room and turn off the lights if Rowe was working there), she decided to move out.

As she was leaving, Rowe discovered Instagram posts by her roommate, who boasted about messing with her to make her ill.

Brochu posted:

“Finally did it yo girl got rid of her roommate!! After 1 1/12 month of spitting in her coconut oil, putting moldy clam dip in her lotions, rubbing used tampons on her backpack, putting her toothbrush places where the sun doesn’t shine and so much more I can finally say goodbye Jamaican Barbie.”

Brianna Brochu’s post on Instagram

Her Instagram is now marked private.

Rowe explained she intended to press charges, but “nothing can be done by anybody until the school’s public safety finishes the investigation.” It has now been passed to the West Hartford Police Department.

She also spoke out against the university for apparently handling the case too slowly.

“[Brochu] was arrested two days ago,” she said, “Without anyone knowing and was about to go to court tomorrow without me knowing. It’s as if they are speeding up her process and trying to get rid of the issue quickly and in secret.”

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In a statement sent to The Tab this evening, Hartford confirmed Brochu had been arrested in relation to this incident, adding they will “strictly follow our disciplinary process.”

“We are currently in communication with the student and her family,” they added.

We have contacted Brochu and Howe for comment, and will update when we hear back.

Hartford Police Department confirmed to us that they have arrested Brianna Brochu. She is currently out on bail for $1,000.

Cops also passed The Tab a report from the incident, which read:

“A WHPD officer was dispatched to University of Hartford Public Safety to investigate a report of a vandalism/harassment issue between two roommates. UHA Public Safety’s investigation revealed the suspect in this case, Brianna Brochu, posted statements to Instagram saying she had tampered with her roommate’s property and deposited bodily fluids on other property. Brochu also posted photos of some of the tampered property as well.”

In another statement sent to The Tab, University of Hartford President Greg Woodward condemned what he called a “deeply upsetting” incident of bullying.

“Let me be clear: the accused student’s behavior was reprehensible and does not reflect the values of our institution,” he said. “Let me also be clear that I am confident the University has taken all steps to pursue this matter seriously, and will continue to do so.”

Woodward added that upon learning of the incident, the university transferred Rowe to a safe location and alerted cops.

“The accused student was subsequently arrested by the West Hartford Police Department and her case will proceed through the legal process,” he explained. Read More

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